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#1: Eric Morel Sentenced to Two Years for Sexual Assault

Posted on 2005-10-13 18:16:09 by mwhaught

Former Flyweight Champ Sentenced to Two Years for Sexual Assault

Oct 12, 11:29 AM (ET)

MADISON, Wis. (AP) - Former WBA flyweight champion Eric Morel has been
sentenced to two years in prison in the sexual assault of a 15-year-old
girl.

Dane County Circuit Judge C. William Foust on Tuesday also ordered
Morel to serve two years of probation and have no contact with minors
after his release unless he gets the approval of his probation officer.

Morel pleaded no contest in June to second-degree sexual assault of a
child in 2002.

He won the WBA title in 2000 in Madison and successfully defended it
five times before losing a unanimous decision to Lorenzo Parra in
Puerto Rico in 2003.

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#2: Re: Eric Morel Sentenced to Two Years for Sexual Assault

Posted on 2005-10-13 20:42:22 by garrubal

whaught wrote:
> Former Flyweight Champ Sentenced to Two Years for Sexual Assault
>
> Oct 12, 11:29 AM (ET)
>
> MADISON, Wis. (AP) - Former WBA flyweight champion Eric Morel has been
> sentenced to two years in prison in the sexual assault of a 15-year-old
> girl.

Do not confuse Eric Morel with Erik Morales :-)

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#3: Re: Eric Morel Sentenced to Two Years for Sexual Assault

Posted on 2005-10-14 06:07:48 by gary7666

<a href="http://www.usatoday.com/sports/boxing/2005-10-12-morel-jailed_x.htm" target="_blank"> http://www.usatoday.com/sports/boxing/2005-10-12-morel-jaile d_x.htm</a>

Posted 10/12/2005 3:54 PM


Former flyweight champ Morel jailed two years

MADISON, Wis. (AP) — Former WBA flyweight champion Eric Morel has been
sentenced to two years in prison in the sexual assault of a
15-year-old girl.

Dane County Circuit Judge C. William Foust on Tuesday also ordered
Morel to serve two years of probation and have no contact with minors
after his release unless he gets the approval of his probation
officer.

Morel, 30, pleaded no contest in June to second-degree sexual assault
of a child in 2002.

He won the WBA title in 2000 in Madison and successfully defended it
five times before losing a unanimous decision to Lorenzo Parra in
Puerto Rico in 2003.

District Attorney Brian Blanchard said the judge's sentence was higher
than he recommended, which was five years probation and one year of
jail.

&quot;It did not appear Mr. Morel had fully acknowledged what he had done,&quot;
he said. &quot;I feel it's a fair sentence given the seriousness of the
conduct.&quot;

Morel's attorney, Victor Arellano, recommended he be sentenced to no
more than six months house arrest and probation.

&quot;This kind of sexual contact with a passed out 15-year-old is too
shocking and too outrageous,&quot; Foust said. &quot;It's a set of facts where I
have to say the line is here and you've gone beyond that.&quot;

Prosecutors have said that Morel's DNA was found on the girl and on
her shirt.

His brother, Samuel Morel, 37, was also charged in the Dec. 1, 2002,
incident inside a suburban Fitchburg apartment, but his case was
dismissed in August. Morel's half brother, Frederick Perez-Santos, 25,
has pleaded no contest to second-degree sexual assault and is to be
sentenced later.

The 1996 Olympian read a prepared statement before the court Tuesday.
Morel took full responsibility for his participation in the incident.

&quot;I hope that some day the victim can find it in her heart to forgive
my transgressions,&quot; he said.

The teenage victim attended the hearing but did not speak.

But she said in a letter to the court that she had moved away from her
hometown because she felt &quot;dirty&quot; and &quot;humiliated&quot; by the incident,
and had joined the Wisconsin National Guard Challenge Academy in order
to &quot;toughen myself, make myself stronger, make myself forget.&quot;

She said she was still &quot;very sick about it all, I'm still very sad,
still very upset. And I don't think I will ever forget what has
happened to me.&quot;


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#4: Re: Eric Morel Sentenced to Two Years for Sexual Assault

Posted on 2005-10-14 06:09:18 by gary7666

<a href="http://www.jsonline.com/sports/etc/oct05/362495.asp" target="_blank">http://www.jsonline.com/sports/etc/oct05/362495.asp</a>

Morel gets two years in prison
By MARK STEWART
<a href="mailto:mstewart&#64;journalsentinel.com" target="_blank">mstewart&#64;journalsentinel.com</a>
Posted: Oct. 11, 2005
Madison - Calling Eric Morel's actions &quot;degrading&quot; and &quot;depraved,&quot;
Judge C. William Foust sentenced the former world boxing champion to
prison for two years followed by two years probation for his role in
the sexual assault of a 15-year-old girl.

Foust handed down the sentence Tuesday afternoon in Dane County
Circuit Court after listening to more than an hour of testimony that
included a letter from the victim as well as a handful of Morel's
family members and former manager Bob Lynch, who each spoke on behalf
of Morel's character.

Foust also prohibited Morel, 30, from having contact with minors
following his release unless he gets the approval of his probation
officer. There is a chance he'll have to register as a sex offender
although the court will determine that matter at a later date.

The sentence was stiffer than the prosecution or defense recommended.

In June, Morel agreed to a plea agreement in which he pleaded no
contest to the charge. In return, the district attorney agreed not to
ask for confined prison time in Morel's case.

Instead, the prosecutor recommended Morel receive five years probation
and one year of jail time, which could have meant house arrest or an
arrangement that would allow him the freedom to leave the jail for
work.

Morel's attorney, Victor Arellano, recommended that his client receive
no more than 6 months house arrest and probation.

However, Foust thought a stiffer sentence was necessary, stating:
&quot;This kind of sexual contact with a passed out 15-year-old is too
shocking and too outrageous. It's a set of facts where I have to say
the line is here and you've gone beyond that.&quot;

In June 2004, Morel and his brothers, Frederick Orlando Santos-Perez
and Samuel Morel, were charged with second-degree sexual assault
stemming from an incident Dec. 1, 2002, inside a Fitchburg apartment.

According to police, a friend of the victim who was also at the
apartment, said Santos-Perez had sex with the 15-year-old while Morel
watched. The friend told police she later returned to the room and
found the victim passed out on a bed as a number of men stood around
her.

The victim told police she didn't remember the incident but that when
she awoke the next morning the inside of her legs hurt and her lip was
swollen. A medical exam taken the next day confirmed those injuries.

Morel submitted to a DNA test, which connected him to semen found on
the girl and her clothing.

Morel pleaded not guilty to the charge last August, but admitted
Tuesday that he had a role in the incident.

A prepared statement he read before court said, in part:

&quot;I take full responsibility for my participation,&quot; he said. &quot;I hope
that some day the victim can find it in her heart to forgive my
transgressions.&quot;

The prison time could permanently stall what Morel hoped would be a
comeback in boxing.

The 1996 Olympian and former 112-pound world champion lost two of his
last four fights. In July his fight with super flyweight champion
Fernando Montiel was cancelled after the Nevada State Athletic
Commission suspended his license because of his no-contest plea.

However, the only fight Morel was concerned with on Tuesday was the
one for his freedom. He cried as family members spoke of the loving
person they knew him to be and broke down again as he read his
statement.

A few feet away the victim watched with her family.

She attended the hearing but didn't speak. However, in a letter to the
court she said she'd moved away from her hometown because she felt
&quot;dirty&quot; and &quot;humiliated&quot; by the incident and joined the Wisconsin
National Guard Challenge Academy in order to &quot;toughen myself, make
myself stronger, make myself forget.&quot;

It hasn't worked.

&quot;How has all this affected me? Well, to be honest, I'm still very sick
about it all, I'm still very sad, still very upset,&quot; she said in the
letter. &quot;And I don't think I will ever forget what has happened to me.
I don't think I ever will.&quot;



From the Oct. 12, 2005, editions of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

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#5: Re: Eric Morel Sentenced to Two Years for Sexual Assault

Posted on 2005-10-14 06:12:55 by 223rem

mwhaught wrote:
&gt; Former Flyweight Champ Sentenced to Two Years for Sexual Assault
&gt;
&gt; Oct 12, 11:29 AM (ET)
&gt;
&gt; MADISON, Wis. (AP) - Former WBA flyweight champion Eric Morel has been
&gt; sentenced to two years in prison in the sexual assault of a 15-year-old
&gt; girl.
&gt;
&gt; Dane County Circuit Judge C. William Foust on Tuesday also ordered
&gt; Morel to serve two years of probation and have no contact with minors
&gt; after his release unless he gets the approval of his probation officer.
&gt;
&gt; Morel pleaded no contest in June to second-degree sexual assault of a
&gt; child in 2002.
&gt;
&gt; He won the WBA title in 2000 in Madison and successfully defended it
&gt; five times before losing a unanimous decision to Lorenzo Parra in
&gt; Puerto Rico in 2003.
&gt;

I've always thought that Eric Morel was pure class. Happy to see
he didnt disappoint.

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#6: Re: Eric Morel Sentenced to Two Years for Sexual Assault

Posted on 2005-10-15 07:16:08 by markhee

On Fri, 14 Oct 2005 04:12:55 GMT, 223rem &lt;<a href="mailto:223rem&#64;sbcglobal.com" target="_blank">223rem&#64;sbcglobal.com</a>&gt; wrote:

&gt;mwhaught wrote:
&gt;&gt; Former Flyweight Champ Sentenced to Two Years for Sexual Assault
&gt;&gt;
&gt;&gt; Oct 12, 11:29 AM (ET)
&gt;&gt;
&gt;&gt; MADISON, Wis. (AP) - Former WBA flyweight champion Eric Morel has been
&gt;&gt; sentenced to two years in prison in the sexual assault of a 15-year-old
&gt;&gt; girl.
&gt;&gt;
&gt;&gt; Dane County Circuit Judge C. William Foust on Tuesday also ordered
&gt;&gt; Morel to serve two years of probation and have no contact with minors
&gt;&gt; after his release unless he gets the approval of his probation officer.
&gt;&gt;
&gt;&gt; Morel pleaded no contest in June to second-degree sexual assault of a
&gt;&gt; child in 2002.
&gt;&gt;
&gt;&gt; He won the WBA title in 2000 in Madison and successfully defended it
&gt;&gt; five times before losing a unanimous decision to Lorenzo Parra in
&gt;&gt; Puerto Rico in 2003.
&gt;&gt;
&gt;
&gt;I've always thought that Eric Morel was pure class. Happy to see
&gt;he didnt disappoint.


Gang raping a 15 yr old who was passed out?

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